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Friday, 08 April 2016 UK Education News
Young people who do not go to university are "overlooked and left behind", says a report by the House of Lords social mobility committee.
It says this affects youngsters who do not take A-levels or degrees - the majority of UK teenagers.
The report says youngsters are let down by an over-emphasis on higher education and lack of training options.
Bryony Mackenzie reports.